Nifty closses above lifetime high of 9300-mark


The company's shares closed on Friday higher by 2.22 per cent at Rs 1,399.75 per share which lifted its market capitalisation to Rs 455,105.33 crore.

Bulls wasted no time in early Wednesday trade propelling the benchmark Sensex to edge past the psychologically important 30,000-mark, as optimism in other key Asian indices and rupee's upward march besides a sentimental boost following BJP's strong show in Delhi civic polls boosted investor sentiment.

The Sensex has so far touched a high of 29,681.33 points and a low of 29,382.99 points during the intra-day trade.

The BSE Sensex closed 190 points higher at 30,133, a record closing for the benchmark after it hit an all-time high of 30,167 while the 50-scrip NSE Nifty ended 45 points higher at 9,352.

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It surpassed its previous record closing of 9,306.60 hit in yesterday's trade.

The Sensex rose to a high of 30,071.77 points during the day. The gauge had gained 290.54 points on Monday.

Tokyo's Nikkei ended up 1.1 per cent, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 0.5 percent, its fifth straight day of gains. NSE Nifty also opened in the green and was trading at a new level of 9,358.3, up 51.75 or 0.56% from previous close.

All the BSE sectoral indices led by FMCG, metal, bank and IT, were trading in positive zone with gains of up to 0.57 per cent.

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On the currency front, the Indian rupee, appreciated by 15 paise to 64.12 per dollar from its previous close of 64.26-27 to a greenback. "The BSE mid-cap index rose 0.95 per cent and the BSE small-cap index gained 1.91 per cent".

RIL shares climbed 2.18 per cent, to Rs 1,447.30, in early trade after the company reported a 12.3 per cent jump in its January-March quarter net profit at Rs 8,046 crore on the back of higher refining and petrochemical margins.

Following rise in stocks, the market capitalisation (m-cap) of BSE-listed companies soared to Rs 1,25,53,561 crore.

Overseas, Asian indices ended higher following an overnight rally in US stocks on strong earnings announcements and expectations surrounding US President Donald Trump's impending tax reforms.

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